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opportunities, find hidden risk, and make success a reality. bny mellon wealth management >> bill: thanks for staying with us, i'm bill o'reilly personal story segment tonight. it has been on the air 16 years, can you believe it? all that time there have been many memorable moments. we have chosen a few of the strangest for you tonight. some of the most outrageous things that have happened on the program. tonight, it's all wrapped up into one segment and we begin with our old pal michael moore we talked with at the democratic convention way back in 2004 when the iraq war was raging. what did they die for? >> they died to remove a brutal dictator who had killed hundreds of thousands of people. that's what they died for. >> that was not the reason they were given. >> bill: weapons of mass destruction was a mistake it was not a lie. >> brutal dictators in this world. if you sacrifice. let me finish on this. would you sacrifice your child to he remove one of the other 30 brutal dictators on this planet? >> bill: depends on what the circumstances about. >> you would sacrifice your own child fo
. unless you have the right perspective. bny mellon wealth management has the vision and experience to look beyond the obvious. we'll uncover opportunities, find hidden risk, and make success a reality. bny mellon wealth management >> welcome back, everyone. listen though this creative sentence, 10 years of mandatory church attendance, that was the sentence handed down this week by an oklahoma judge to a 17-year-old convicted of drunk driving and killing his friend who was sitting in the passenger seat. the church sentence was agreed to by both the victims and the teenager's family. now the aclu is calling this unconstitutional and a violation of the first amendment. we are back with our fox news legal analyst lis wiehl and defense attorney and former prosecutor jona. thanks for speaking around. this judge sentenced this 17-year-old to 10 years mandatory church attendance as opposed to any sort of jail. what did you think of that? >> as a mom. as, you know, i'm very -- i think it's a creative judgment. i like the judgment. it will give the kid 10 years. both sides agree to it. give the kids
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